|Screen Size||8.3 inches|
|Hard Drive||16 GB|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||7 hours|
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LG G Pad 8.3 Tablet Quad-core 2gb RAM 16gb Flash 8.3 Full Hd Display White
|Price:||$235.00 + $5.14 shipping|
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* LINK TABLET w/YOUR ANDROID SMARTPHONE1 w/Q PAIRTM
* MULTI-TASK EFFICIENTLY w/QSLIDE FUNCTIONTM & SLIDE ASIDETM
* Links to your Android smartphone so you can use both devices in tandem.*
* Compatible w/phones running android 4.1 or later & Q Pair application installation from Google Play Store is required. Some functionality might be limited depending on your phone.
* Rear-Facing Camera
* Front-Facing Camera
* 5 MP AF BSI Camera
* 1.3 MP Camera
* HIDE INTERACTIVITY
* Knock On
* Slide Aside
* QSlide Function
* Clip Tray
* Capture Plus
* Quick Memo
* Quick Translator
* Multi-User Function
* Voice Mate
* Life Square
* Polaris Office 5
* Knock twice w/a fingertip to turn the display on or off.
Three-finger swipe to the left saves up to three running apps; access tabs w/a swipe to the right.
Overlay up to two windows w/adjustable sizing & transparency on the primary screen for easy multitasking.
Control compatible TVs, Blu-ray players, cable provider set-top boxes, & more via infrared.
Copy & paste multiple items to a slide-up clipboard, then select later to use or share.
Take a screen grab of an entire webpage & save to view later.
Create & share personalized memos by adding handwritten drawings or messages on-screen.
Translate sentences & phrases from 44 different languages into 66 native languages.
Let others use your tablet securely w/a unique, personalized experience.
Voice commands to send text messages/ emails to contacts, add appointments/reminders to the calendar, or complete online searches
* Create a photo journal w/select photos, text messages, calls, videos, calendar events, Facebook posts, & Twitter tweets.
PC-like office suite app
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Top Customer Reviews
- Why the G Pad is better than the Nexus 7 -
Its really not, but for me the Nexus 7 is too small. And I don't like the design of the body. Plus I noticed with some games like Real Racing 3 the graphics were somewhat choppy looking on the Nexus 7 whereas they are very sharp on the LG. Even though the Nexus 7 has a higher DPI count...at age 41 my eyes can't tell the difference and the LG display looks plenty sharp for reading even the smallest text. So if you love the Nexus 7 but wish for more screen real estate then switch over to the LG.
- Why the G Pad is better than the Samsung Galaxy tabs -
All things considered they are both great, but the physical buttons on the Samsung are terribly placed and I would hit them constantly when holding in landscape orientation. Why the heck would they put three buttons right where I want to rest my thumbs? Plus the side bezels are too thin so I find Samsung's physical design cumbersome to hold.
- Why the G Pad is better than the iPad mini retina -
Sure the iPad has a greater pixel density, but the screen is washed out and the colors are terribly muted compared to the LG. I held the two side by side and it was dramatic the difference. The LG screen is rich and vibrant and beautiful, and the iPad mini retina's was bland. Apple may make a beautiful product on the outside, but it sucks on the inside. Don't get me started on how bored I am with the iOS 7 either. The android iOS is so much more interesting and fun to use. You can actually change the fonts throughout the display. Or change the keyboard.Read more ›
After reviewing several other tablets of about the same size, I decided on purchasing the G Pad 8.3. I had the 2012 Nexus 7 then the 2013 Nexus 7. With the multiple random reboots of the 2013 Nexus 7, it was time for it to be replaced. In the running besides the G Pad was the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 and the iPad Mini w/retina display.
After viewing many You Tube videos (especially the DetroitBorg and MobileTechReview reviews) I decided on the LG. I was undecided as to whether to purchase the regular G Pad or the Google Edition. I decided on the LG version because of price.
This tablet is quite amazing. It is much easier to view than the Nexus 7 (due to the increased screen size). There are a lot of LG apps pre-installed and I have yet to explore them all but so far I can find no faults with the tablet. Well, maybe one, it is still running Jellybean.
Screen color and brightness are excellent. Navigating through some of the Google apps is different due to the LG skin so it's a bit of a learning curve coming from pure Google. I've only noticed the tablet lagging once as I was quickly scrolling through "all apps". Other than that, this tablet is fast at processing commands. I have disabled a few apps and will probably disable a few more and hope that this will add RAM and more speed. The notification tones on the tablet are pretty good too compared to regular Google sounds (I like the Vienna Boys Choir ones though I've heard many do not). The dual speakers on the back can be quite loud too.
Considering the price paid for the tablet, I consider it a very good deal and have not been disappointed by the LG G Pad 8.3. I would recommend purchasing the LG.
In regards to performance. I can honestly say it's performance isn't that much less than my Kindle HDX 7". I believe both the Kindle and G Pad use the same series of processors, but the Kindle uses a faster version, 2.2Ghz vs. 1.7 or 1.5 Ghz, both have tablets have 2 Gigs of Ram. The battery performance in real day use is actually better on the G Pad. I've read that the battery life should actually be better on the Kindle, but in my home the G Pad would make it through a day of heavy use, including gaming, watching various types of Video and surfing the web. The Kindle does seem to be able to keep a charge longer in in standby mode. But so far we haven't run into a situation when the Kindle was used nearly as heavily as the G Pad through out a day so...
The Display looks great! I'm not sure how much difference the pixel rating makes, but everything I've used the tablet for looks great, and is made more enjoyable because of it's size than it is on my Kindle. Honestly it's surprising how much difference that added 1.3 inches makes.
Holding the larger 8.3" tablet isn't bad either. I have medium/large size hands for a guy, and using it with one hand is easy.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Terrible customer support from LG Electronics Forth Worth TX. Do not buy it, ever. The worst.Published 1 month ago by Igor
My Nephew is graduating from college and I am so PROUD of him so I got him a Tablet and He love's it! He will love me forever!Published 6 months ago by Rosia S. Hunter
This tablet is incredible! I had a Samsung S tablet before this tablet. The LG G pad rocks and is way better than the Samsung. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Everything was wonderful about this tablet (except sound quality, but that didn't bother me much) until it died. Worked for 1. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Nina